Hatfield Teen in Court With Amy Winehouse Hubby

PUBLISHED: 16:42 18 January 2008 | UPDATED: 21:11 26 October 2009

Amy Winehouse Picture: Tim Cochrane

Amy Winehouse Picture: Tim Cochrane

A HATFIELD teenager was in the dock today, alongside singer Amy Winehouse s husband facing charges of intimidating a witness. James Kennedy faced court alongside Blake Fielder-Civil and three other men. He is accused of perverting the course of justice.

A HATFIELD teenager was in the dock today, alongside singer Amy Winehouse's husband facing charges of intimidating a witness.

James Kennedy faced court alongside Blake Fielder-Civil and three other men.

He is accused of perverting the course of justice.

Fielder-Civil, 25, was allegedly involved in a brawl at the Macbeth pub, in trendy Hoxton, which left barman James King, 36, needing medical treatment.

The music video assistant is charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent to Mr King on June 20 last year.

Fielder-Civil is also charged with conspiring with his alleged victim to pervert the course of justice.

He was expected to enter pleas today but the hearing was adjourned until February 29.

Michael Brown, 39, of Durand Close, Carshalton,

James King, of The White House, Risley, and Anthony Kelly, 25, of Constable House, Chalk Farm, all pleaded not guilty to conspiring to pervert the course of justice.

Brown did not enter a plea to the assault charge.

Fielder-Civil and a fifth defendant James Kennedy, 19, of The Holdings, Hatfield, did not enter a plea to the conspiracy charge.

Kennedy was allowed bail while the others were remanded in custody.

Judge David Radford set a trial date for June.

*Troubled star Amy Winehouse was nearly too late to see jailbird husband Blake Fielder-Civil latest court appearance on Friday.

Winehouse, 24, blew kisses from the public gallery at Snaresbrook Crown Court and proclaimed: "Love you handsome, gorgeous one," as dock officers led Fielder-Civil back down to the cells.

Winehouse, now sporting a shoulder-length peroxide blonde hairstyle, appeared unsteady on her feet as she was helped from court by her mother-in-law Georgette Fielder-Civil.

When photographers outside asked Winehouse how she was, Mrs Fielder-Civil replied: "She's fine thanks."

She was then driven away in a silver BMW.

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